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August 18, 2012

by Shmuel Rosner

August 17, 2012 | 1:43 am

Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Peres (Photo: GPO)

‎‎In-depth

Mursi and Israel

The new Egyptian president cannot dodge questions about his stance on Israel forever, writes Khalil El-Anani in Al-Ahram.

Mursi should bring himself to acknowledge the bitter truth. Dealing with Israel is not an option. It is an imperative dictated by Egyptian interests. The longer he puts off recognising this fact and the longer he keeps his government’s position in the grey zone, the more complications this will cause for Egypt’s foreign policy. 


Iran and sanctions: When will it ever end?

Sanctions have made daily life for ordinary Iranians go from bad to worse, says a piece in the Economist.

The country’s leaders have belatedly acknowledged that their insistence that Iran must enrich its uranium in defiance of the West is causing pain. The supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has called for an “economy of resistance” based on self-reliance. If meat is not available, says one Friday prayer leader, people should make do with traditional egg soup.

Daily Digest

  • Times of Israel:‎ A veteran intel head’s message to the US: Show us that you’ll really stop Iran, or we may have to

  • Haaretz:‎ Israel should understand who is commanding Egypt’s forces in Sinai

  • Jerusalem Post:‎ Netanyahu: Iran strike worthwhile, even to delay nuke program

  • Ynet:‎ PM aides hit back over Peres comments on Iran strike

  • New York Times:‎ In Paper, Chief of Egypt Army Criticized U.S.

  • Washington Post:‎ Steps for a more active U.S. policy in Syria

  • Wall Street Journal:‎ What Obama Isn’t Saying About Iran

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